Send money to Thailand for your loved ones to spend at moonlight markets and cocktail bars from Phuket to Koh Tao.
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Ways to receive money in Thailand
Ways to send money to Thailand
Make a money transfer to Thailand, and it’ll arrive conveniently in your receiver’s bank account. It doesn’t get easier.Find out more
Your friends and family can pick up cash from one of our thousands of agent locations when you send money to Thailand.Send money now
Make it super easy for your loved one to receive money in Thailand by paying it directly to their Visa debit card.Send money
Make a money transfer to your loved ones on the go from wherever you are. You can start the transaction on the app and pay in-store.Download the app
If you feel better sending money in person, be our guest. Walk into any agent location in France, and we’ll get your money to Thailand.Find a location nearby
With a credit1 or debit card
Via Apple Pay®
Using your bank details
Pay on the go from any location at any time of the day
Make repeat payments as needed, as quickly as you need to
Track your money transfers in real-time
Send to your loved one’s Visa debit card
Keep things simple by sending money to Thailand directly to your receiver’s Visa debit card and their linked bank account.
Send money in person
With thousands of agent locations to choose from in France, you can find one near you to send money in person.
Send directly to a bank account
You can make a money transfer directly into your receiver’s bank account2, making it easy for them to access money when they need it.Send now
A few clicks, and your money will be on its way to Thailand.
Our one-tap re-send function allows you to quickly and easily repeat a money transfer to a loved one.
Watch your money move from France to Thailand with our tracking capability.
When you send money from France to Thailand with Western Union, your money could reach your loved ones in minutes3.
Send money online, via the app, or walk into an agent location to send in person. The choice is yours.
We’re a reliable partner and have implemented fraud prevention and encryption protocols for your security.
We’re present in over 200 countries and territories – making it easy to send money to Thailand and beyond.
You don’t have to spend a thing until you’re ready to make your money transfer. Understand fees and timings when you register.
The maximum amount of money you can send to Thailand in one go varies in line with the payment and receiving methods you choose. You can use the following as a guide. Send up to 5,000.00 EUR when paying by credit card or debit card. Send up to 16,000.00 EUR when paying by bank transfer. Send up to 6,000.00 EUR in cash.
Make a money transfer to Thailand quickly and easily with these steps:
When sending money to Thailand online, you will need a few details to complete the money transfer:
To send money to Thailand online for cash collection, you’ll need:
When sending to a receiver’s bank account:
When sending to a receiver’s Visa debit card:
Sending money to Thailand via one of our many agent locations is easy:
The time it takes for your money transfer to Thailand to arrive will vary based on the payment and receiving methods you choose. It can take anything from minutes3 (where cash payments and receipt are concerned) to 6 business days when paying by bank transfer.
1 If you’re using a credit card, a card-issuer cash advance fee and associated interest charges may apply. To avoid these fees or for reduced fees, use a debit card or check other payment methods.
2 Western Union also makes money from currency exchange. When choosing a money transmitter, carefully compare both transfer fees and exchange rates. Fees, foreign exchange rates and taxes may vary by brand, channel, and location based on a number of factors. Fees and rates subject to change without notice.
3 Funds may be delayed or services unavailable based on certain transaction conditions, including amount sent, destination country, currency availability, regulatory issues, and identification.